Imagine that your spouse hit one of your “buttons,” and you had an angry outburst. How do you repair the relationship? Read on to learn more about anger control.
A thriving marriage requires two spouses who are good at giving apologies that reflect personal responsibility. A great marriage requires a husband and wife who are quick to apologize and forgive.
People have different apology languages just like they have different love languages. A person may apologize, but the apology is not perceived as sincere because it’s spoken in a different language.
Forgiveness is vital in marriage. The key is to seek an apology after we truly understand our spouse’s heart. Here’s a four-part process to a sincere apology.
The most powerful words we can say to our kids (“I’m sorry”) are also the most humbling – and sometimes the most painful.
Asking for forgiveness is an admission that you’ve made a poor decision – and it can be humiliating to admit you’re wrong – but kids say they respect their parents more when they apologize.